An almost sad still life. A desiccated jelly fish, dead coral, and a well-sanded organism of not quite clear origin, together, left by a previous very high tide. It was very windy that week, and the wind scooped out the sand from around them.
The spot of pink left on the coral echoes back to a marine life well lived.
At first glance, just a bit of long-dead coral. I was attracted more to the shadow than I was to the rock. I did notice the larger mollusk in the center when I photographed it. It was alive – I … Continue reading →
Pizazz: “Dazzling style; flamboyance; flair”. This crab certainly had it! Even these minimal remains make a statement on the monochromatic beach. This color has not been added or changed . . . the claw was the color of the sunrise … Continue reading →
. . . And I am not sure it was really no longer alive when this photo was taken. Who can tell? This organism has no obvious internal or external organs, no remnants of an orifice. Yet, it casts a … Continue reading →
There is no blue on earth quite like the blue of a Portuguese Man of War. This was photographed on a Florida beach, which was littered with them this particular day. They are beautiful creatures in life, but their blue … Continue reading →